Just to hit the roof to get the juice and let Bishop go
At the end of Juice, Q loses his grip while holding Bishop. Bishop, who is dangling from a roof at the time, falls to his death. As Q was leaving the rooftop, a boy turned an told him, “You got the juice now.” This implies that “the juice” represents power and respect.
The initial reason why he threw the gun in the river was because he wasn’t about that life and didn’t want “the juice” in the first place. Even after he got “the juice,” he shows he still doesn’t want it by shaking his head at the boy who told him he had it.
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